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This Crochet Along is very much about Christmas, as it is a Christmas Tree Hat Scarf that will be made in 2 parts. This Crochet Along, aka CAL, is sponsored by DMC yarns. The yarn they provided for me is the Natura XL yarn which is incredible easy to work with and very soft also.
During the CAL, first you will make the actual hat that is very long and can be used as a scarf. Next you will make the ornaments and add the surface crochet lighting before putting it all together.
I will provide everyone about 1.5 weeks to get all your materials together so we can all make this Christmas Tree Hat Scarf together. Part 1 of the pattern will be released December 2nd. It is very fun to make and as it features ornaments I am actually very excited to see which colors you will pick for them.
Furthermore, I add some battery operated LED lights which of course is optional. I happen to have some and they just made the whole Christmas Tree Hat Scarf come all together. However, it is to note that the lights plus the batteries might feel heavy and pull down the hat scarf a bit.
I designed this Christmas Tree Hat Scarf such that the pattern can be easily adjusted to any head size that it is needed for as the pattern is made bottoms up. Once you have the ribbing finished the hat is decreased every so often until it is really long.
Then the following week we will add the ornaments which I decided will only be flat Christmas Baubles as this hat is also used as a scarf and it can be hurtful to have large sphere like ornaments hanging around you neck.
Furthermore I decided to use hot glue to attach all the ornaments as it would have taken to long and would not have looked as neat if I would have sewn them all down. That way you won’t see sewing lines and the ornaments look very pretty in every spot you glue them on.
In order to participate in this Crochet Along, you will need get your materials, join my Facebook Group, add the pattern to your Ravelry Favorites and Pin it on Pinterest as well as simply make the pattern when it is published.
Now, before I show you the materials and the actual free crochet pattern, please also be sure to add this pattern to your Ravelry favorites by clicking the button below as that allows my pattern being shown to more people who might want to see it and also want to make it.
Please be also so kind and go to DMC yarns Facebook page and tell them THANK YOU for sponsoring this cool Crochet Along. Thank you!
The pattern will be available for free on my website at all times. However, if you feel like you rather not wait for the free patterns to be released or you really want to have the PDF for it, then you can click below and purchase the PDF for a small fee on either Ravelry or Etsy.
You can get the crochet pattern for the Christmas Tree Hat Scarf on Ravelry, Etsy, LoveCrafts, or my new membership The Crochet Club. The Crochet Club has so much more to offer than just PDF patterns! You get tutorials, references and the complete VIP treatment as well.
If you pay just double the amount as this pattern costs and you have a month’s worth of The Crochet Club Membership with a lot more patterns! It’s well worth it.
If you do not want to join The Crochet Club, you can also purchase the ad-free printer-friendly PDF pattern at the links below. But IF you join the All-Access Membership you will automatically get this pattern.
Let’s talk about the material list for the Christmas Tree Hat Scarf before I mention the schedule for this cute and fun pattern.
- DMC Natura XL Yarn which is super bulky 100% cotton yarn (the colors are mentioned as number on their website, which I provided names for as guidance)
- 4 skeins of the color 08 (green)
- 1 skein of the color 111 (brown)
- 1 skein of the color 05 (red)
- 1 skein of the color 06 (purple)
- 1 skein of the color 42 (pink)
- 1 skein of the color 09 (yellow)
- 1 skein of the color 92 (gold)
- 6.0mm hook
- tapestry needle
- optional: hot glue gun
- optional: battery operated LED lights
December 2nd: Hat scarf part of the Christmas Tree Hat Scarf
Click HERE for this part of the pattern!
December 9th: Part 2 is about making the ornaments, the star and adding the light string as surface crochet and put it all together
Click HERE for this part of the pattern!
Size of the Christmas Tree Hat Scarf
The hat is made for a teen/ adult size head, but can be easily adjusted to make it fit for any head size.
Dimensions: 46 inches (with star) long/in height x 10 inches in diameter